Jill Rosenzweig, a local Jewish philanthropist and former board chair at Jewish Family & Children’s Services, enrolled in Handmaker Jewish Services for the Aging’s post-hospital treatment program for physical therapy following back surgery last August. She recently returned to the care facility for further treatment.
Rosenzweig initially chose Handmaker’s program because it’s a partner in the Jewish community. “I really wanted to see what Handmaker was like,” she says, “and I found the physical therapy to be outstanding.”
“The therapists are engaging and very respectful,” says Rosenzweig. “They give you ownership of the whole thing, but they push you. And for me it was just the right combination.”
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Originally published on Nov. 4, 2016.